The Real World: Portland - Trailer

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[QUOTE=202mitch;334265]slapping and shoving have always been allowed on The Real World i thought? :/ Just as long as there are no punches thrown, the producer's aren't too hard with their violence.[/QUOTE] That one girl on Sydney got kicked off for shoving someone down
If I recall correctly...Parisa had to make a complaint for the altercation, and then she was given the sole choice to send Trisha home or let her stay. Perhaps they ask Johnny, Jordan, and Averey and they let her stay. Dustin also shoved Mike in Cancun and they did nothing about it because Mike didn't make a complaint.
[QUOTE=GDInstall;334238]But still. It shows a lot of you when you hit people. And if Nia really hit her castmate (Even if she is a peasant who went against a queen), great drama, but BMP/MTV will get into a lot of trouble.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=wutzrenzi;334247]Trouble for what, don't they produce Bad Girls club? I mean I don't condone violence but hey... they have to stay current and relevant other reality shows are trashy/ratchet as hell that's what people seem to love nowadays.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=ILoveRW;334248]Jemmye hit Knight and Ryan on her season without consequence.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=GDInstall;334250]Like in every tv show if you start a fight with a castmember you'll get kicked out and it doesnt seem that Nia got kicked out for the fight with Averey. So this will probably get MTV/BMP into trouble.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=CherryPie;334253]Yeah... not exactly. Have you seen the Bad Girls Club? The girls on there are animals; they not only hit each other, they beat each other up and they get to stay. Let's face it, BMP has no morals when it comes to this. I'm having a very hard time differentiating Joi from Anastasia and Jessica from Averey, I hate that they look so much alike. Also, I'm excited to see Nia, honestly. I don't know why she hit Jordan, and I have no idea what girl she hit, but if she hit Johnny for his racist comments I'm all for it.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=GDInstall;334258]This is a completly different playground, but they still get kicked out there. But I understand where you coming from.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=ishot_JT;334261]The Real World is different, any type of physical violence will get you kicked out. Unlike the BGC, you can bully and beat the heck out of the girl and still be there. BMP seems to have more respect towards The Real World than it's offspring the BGC.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=ILoveRW;334262]Thats bull Seattle: Steven slapping Irene Las Vegas: Brynn throwing a fork at Steven D.C: Ty trying to kill Andrew New Orleans: Jemmye Slapping Knight and Ryan St. Thomas: Marie trying to kill Swift In fact, never ever has anyone been kicked out of TRW house, solely by the producers, for physical violence.[/QUOTE] This is a situation where the history of the shows mentioned above are interesting but not dispositive. After 1999, BMP began to make some subtle changes vis-a-vis its attitude toward violence. I'm reasonably confident that this was the result of the recent civil litigation, increased attention of the insurance underwriters who stand to lose money by the boatload if the violence is sanctioned by production and the victim sues, and some increased attention by VIACOM's legal eagles who know the line between genius and insanity by producers is very grey when the ratings make or break production companies. The position of BMP is much more fragile today than prior to the settlement of Tonya's suit. Media critics and industry insiders are paying more attention, and their reaction is not particularly warm. I know of at least one large mutual fund that intends to question VIACOM at the next stockholders meeting about the company's standards for reality programming. When the financial community begins to notice, and judges that gratuitous TV violence is really not healthy for viewers, then the company will find itself in a very difficult position. It will have to continue to evolve toward a less forgiving posture today violence, both for producers and their cast.
[QUOTE=202mitch;334267]Dustin also shoved Mike in Cancun and they did nothing about it because Mike didn't make a complaint.[/QUOTE] Oh Mike complained alright. The whiny little ***** was even going to call the police. The producer let Dustin off because is was crystal clear that Mike was deliberately antagonizing Dustin to get him sent home. Possibly the same situation with Nia. [spoiler]None of them were welcoming to her when she first got to the house.[/spoiler]
Honestly, this looks horrible and I'm not excited at all.
I feel like this season is my baby. Not only is a fellow red raider in here, but I've contributed to the spoilers for the "first" time lol I love everything about the trailer and I can't waitttt. I have a feeling this will put RW back on the map
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;334306]I feel like this season is my baby. Not only is a fellow red raider in here, but I've contributed to the spoilers for the "first" time lol I love everything about the trailer and I can't waitttt. I have a feeling this will put RW back on the map[/QUOTE] The only thing that was bad about the trailer is that Jessica didnt spoke one sentence, she was just there and if you read the bios she doesnt seem to be like a ghost in the house.
Which is funny since she was the center of all the pre season drama
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I hope Averey beats the crap out of that thing.
[QUOTE=Lola88;334312]I hope Averey beats the crap out of that thing.[/QUOTE] yeah, that won't be happening. [QUOTE=ILoveRW;334227]Jesus ******, Nia is a beast. [url=http://vevmo.com/vbimghost.php?do=displayimg&imgid=15249][img]http://vevmo.com/imagehosting/3545511fb3052f0a7.jpg[/img][/url][/QUOTE]
It looks like Nia was cast for the wrong BMP show.
She may be a hurricane, but that hit was a big cheap shot to a person who's not really her size. Again this shows a lot about her, however I am curious how Averey and her are going to get portraited.
True, but she's not the only one who still has a problem with Avery
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;334357]True, but she's not the only one who still has a problem with Avery[/QUOTE] Jessica is an under the radar drama queen it appears. A **** starter. Nia is trash. They both suck and we haven't even seen the first episode yet.
I don't understand why the roommates don't like Avery and Johnny, but I guess we'll find out. It's gotta be more than a Zach and Ashely situation if it's getting to violence.
[QUOTE=Legend;334368]I don't understand why the roommates don't like Avery and Johnny, but I guess we'll find out. It's gotta be more than a Zach and Ashely situation if it's getting to violence.[/QUOTE] I think part of it has to do with a huge fight that broke out one night after the bar, and Johnny making racist comments towards Nia... or Marlon.. I forget who.
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I am guessing violence is no longer a big issue with MTV lol. I can't believe Nia was never kicked out.
She was also fired and not kicked out.. odd.
I just realized that all of the Nia, Averey, Johnny stuff from "play with me if you want to" until the end all happened on the same day [QUOTE=202mitch;334372]I think part of it has to do with a huge fight that broke out one night after the bar, and Johnny making racist comments towards Nia... or Marlon.. I forget who.[/QUOTE] Nia
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;334377]I just realized that all of the Nia, Averey, Johnny stuff from "play with me if you want to" until the end all [B]happened on the same day[/B] Nia[/QUOTE] I noticed that too. It's a little bit worrying if that all happened at the end of their stay (which would explain why they didn't feel the need to kick out Nia).
[QUOTE=Lola88;334362]Jessica is an under the radar drama queen it appears. A **** starter. Nia is trash. They both suck and we haven't even seen the first episode yet.[/QUOTE] Lola be quiet. Nia got her
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;334376]She was also fired and not kicked out.. odd.[/QUOTE] Says who?
[QUOTE=YvanEhtNioj;334255]I don't think so, they produce BGC and the only people watch that is for the violence. I just want to know why she got to stay.Though, if you look in the background, the closets are empty and there are boxes on the ground.. this could be toward the very end. Avery sounds like someone from Teen Mom/Buckwild.[/QUOTE] Buckwild? Please
[QUOTE=ILoveRW;334262]Thats bull Seattle: Steven slapping Irene Las Vegas: Brynn throwing a fork at Steven D.C: Ty trying to kill Andrew New Orleans: Jemmye Slapping Knight and Ryan St. Thomas: Marie trying to kill Swift In fact, never ever has anyone been kicked out of TRW house, solely by the producers, for physical violence.[/QUOTE] The Ty thing was not a fight or a big deal. Andrew wasn't even upset.

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